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Desc:This is exactly what Tipper Gore was afraid of.
Category:Educational, Horror
Tags:Gwar, childhood trauma, tag suggestions welcome
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:07/29/13
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Comment count is 15
Mother_Puncher
That kid looks and reminds me a lot of me when I was a kid
dairyqueenlatifah
Hitler is smiling down on us.
EvilHomer
Oh come on! Childhood *Trauma*?!?!

Childhood AWESOME, more like.
Old_Zircon
When it comes to movies it's kind of the same thing. All the movies that I saw as a kid that messed with my head ended up being my favorite kind of stuff a few years later.

bac
Almost the same. Although I liked them a lot when I watched them the first time. The Alien Trilogy. Both Predator movies. Nothing like seeing Texas Chainsaw Massacre when you're 9. God Bless video rental store clerks who didn't give a shit.

Old_Zircon
Yeah, I rented so much stuff like that by the time was 15 or 16 they asked me if I wanted a job. I was literally recruited by the video store.

baleen
The first compressed, digitized song I ever heard was the Gwar Theme, summer of 1990.
infinite zest
I was about 12 when I discovered Gwar: an op on the BBS I used was named Oderus Urangus. He told me about some site called portal of evil.
EvilHomer
Beavis & Butthead for me. I only saw their music video once, but that was enough.

Old_Zircon
I think I found out about them in maybe 7th grade from a guy who worked for my mother. Same guy who introduced me to The Butthole Surfers and Napalm Death and The Melvins.

Old_Zircon
The Gor Gor video is what sold me on getting a CD though. Definitely one of the first three or four CDs I owned.

bac
I was 11 it was Empire Records. I watched that movie half a dozen times at that age. and watched it again about 6 years later, and realized just how much it influenced my mannerisms...motherfucker now I want to watch it again.

Shoebox Joe
I discovered GWAR really late in life. 20
I discovered a lot of cool stuff thanks to people talking about 80's/90's punk on the internet.
It's pretty much my only social exposure. :(

Nominal
Not up to speed on my GWAR recognition. I clicked on this video thinking he was letting them watch that 70s Alice in Wonderland XXX film.
chumbucket
These kids are going to be cool.
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